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I'° seiving girls e Jioomington, Nov I, ISio as a ve A'1 and thej he °ut| thea I leng' young scamp in Ylk has been frightening sundry old la- 0,,t several years' by walking the street solemnly at •i,i, in the of his grandfather. Be "veTh'aiil^J a1 'ast by ,',e watch, he was ,|,e 'proper authorities' that there is aer i» being too spiritually inclined, and fihen perused to make himself scarce. fnE Ruling Passion.—The mother of hsdiilJ.'he wealthy banker, now in her (.year, l|3^ recently a violent attack of ill tvhen sho recovered she remarked to 'friends about her—44 No, no, my friends, n0i (rjing to leave ihis.world un, 'l I an '®eij at°par." Meaning that she would not rtlliis world until she reached onehundred! rmtiTV —'I'tie editor of the true Sun is an (rre rofme» anii things. Talking of »'/oo people, n he says "We believe that remarkable for their extreme civility of -mer, a' proverbially heartless. They jwthe cheapness of civility— it is a coin each may manufacture for himself and out without stint. No persons understand ]currency tetter than politicians. rj* A circilar from the General Post Of states '.hat any memorandum upon news era or newspaper wrappers, subjects the jeto letter postage. As the charge is to warned by iha wzighl, correspondence in nay will be found to be rather more ex isive than in the usual mode. y A Washington letter says, it is estima that llie deficiency in the Post office eipts, chargable upon the Treasuiy, wiU W jrly a million and a half of dollar#. jy»'J'oin Jones gives his note to John i'Sipson, on which he has written a promise ,av §100 on demand. Lint ti is paper note II not pass for myney, nnd yet it has the se iiy of Jones's f. rm and labor for its redemp n. Why should the laws make a banker's ise money to double the amount that it is rur. !,»d the bank has means to redeem To Wood Choppers. WISH to employ six men to cut wuod on the «r nne:it roa-J opposite this pi ice. Apply to WM. BROWNELL. C. & II. STAIiLo '|/0UL1 inform the public and farmers who ,"? wish to dispose of beef cattle, ho^s, &c., |::hey still carry oil the BUTCHERING bu.si |iat their old stand in Bloomington, where they rend}' ta slaughter all kinds of suitable stock, in rcaiost manner, and on the moot liberal terms. U 1.1845—tf NOTICE. ITED STATES DISTRICT COURT, Lorisi GG Co'jnti, Iowa Tkuhitout. $ In Bankruptcy. FINAL dividend and distribution of the assets ft of Edward H. Thoma», a bankrupt, will be lleattli Court house, in Wapello, in said coun ba Saturday, Nov. !5lh, 1815, among alt those iitors who have proved up their claims against i estate. By order at'said Court. I )i't. 3!, IS 15. Z. C. INGHRAM, Clerk. n u a i e s e o Boots, Shoes and Hals, ?j. GO M.tiu Street, St. Louis. IflCIIARIW Si LAURIE, having opened U a Wholesale Warehouse for the salj of iJ'I'S, SHOES AND IIATS, respectfully call Mention of City and Country Merchants to the [s*t and complete assortment ever olF.-red in H'ity of St. Louis. Being agents for many of 1 rajst extensive manufacturers, and doing exclu lel) a commission business, they are prepared to lite Ijw as can be bought at the east, and Itper cent, lower ticenfy- than can bo purchased of any Ito house in the western country. NA. 5(» Maix Stueet, U* Stairs. I Si5—tf NOTICE, [U. persons interested in the settlement of the tate of Elia,« P. Chord, doc'il, late of Cedar l- :v. I i.va Territory, will take nolijc that the ••'slrat trs of said estate will, at the Court House »:i, the first day of December, A. D. 1815, it a petition to the Judge of Probate in and for •wily of Cedar, in the Territory of Iowa, pray- :'itll:c said administrators may be licenced to real estate of said dee'd to pay the debts of —at which time and place, all persons nviy appear and show cause whv the 'i':! petitioner should not he granted. J-'SHI'lI CRANE, Adin'r, I::.IZABET1I W. CHORD, Adiu'x. 1 i s 15—3w NO TICK. proposals will be received at this office ie 8th of November next, for furnishing 'usaud lbs. of pork for the Winneba .lid ive iho'isand lbs. for the Winneba delivered at this place on or befor the i)eccmber next. The hogs to be slaugh ri t'ae oll'al given to the Indians. The of good quality. Security will be re e performance of the contract. FLETCHER, U. S. Sub Ind. Agt. ''vcr Sub Agency, Oct. 25,1815—3w NOTICE given, that I have taken oat letters of irati,):i on the estate of John C. Mc eased. All those who have claims estate will please present the same to :raont, and those indebted to the said leaso settle up as soon as possible. ABRAM McCLEARY, 1845.—3w29 Administrator. FEMALE S O O e E. H. SHEARER, grateful for the pat- jeshe has received, has the satisfaction ng to the citizens of Bloomington and U she will re-open her Select School adies, on Monday, the 3d of November, heretofore occupied by her. Parents, and others, can have the assurance that aty be entrusted to her care, will have paid to their manners, morels, and Tuition maderate. 2't., October 11, 1845. Stone Coal. no wish to burn a first rate article of ^oal, are informed that they can at any applied, on moderate terms, bv applying ^riber in Bloomington, or to Jacob Mey- Banks, four miles above town. THOS. 0. MOTT8. fOR SALE. SE and LOT, pleasantly N(JP' situated APPLY I to THOS. C. MOTTS. ___L CHARLES EVANS, Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Vry-Goods, Groceries, Boots and Shoes, Liquors, N. 3. All persons indebted to the Oct 11, 1845—tf i daguerreotype Portraits, Taken by IN weather, JTc. a i- Blooxinotox, Iowa. All kinds of Produce taken in payment-for Goods at the lowest Cash prices. firm of Evans ocRichman, or to me individually, had better pay up or they will "catch Jesse." CHAS. EVANS. PREMIUM S. P. MrLLER, South cast corner of Fourth nud Chestnut streets, (over Mr. M'Cloud's Drug store, near the Planters' House,) St. Louis, his usually beautiful and superior style,in OCj* Apparatus and every thing in the line for sale and warranted. Instruction given in the art. St. Louis, October, 1845. AN OVVNEU WANTED, I^OR a box containing bedding and female clothing, left on the wharf boat in August last, from the steamer St. Croix. The box bears no marks, but was supposed to belong to a person landing at this point. Judging from appearances that it contained articles liable to damage from want of care, the box was opened, and nothing found within whereby the owners name could be learned, but letters written to Geo. W. Knease, Huntington, Pa. The owner will please come forward, prove properly, pay charges, and take it away-. Bloomington. Oct. 11. IIENIiY rglHE copartnership heretofore Oct. 3, 1845. DE WITT C. RICHMAN. Fall and Winter Clothing, AT NEW YORK PRICES. ''jSlIIE subscriber has just returned from the city jjj. of New Y ork, and Removed from Nd. At/, ti'i Main S/rect, any and colored, if desired, aud set in fine frames, cases, lockets or breast pins. They are cheap and warranted durable and &ince the reduc tion of postage, a fine opportunity is afforded of sending them to any part of the United States, at a trilling expense. Having engaged the room ad joining the one he now occupies, Mr. M. will be better prepared to receive those whose pleasure it may he to favor him with a call. All are invited to call and examine his likenesses—it having become an established fact that his Daguerreotypes arc the perfection of ihe art their softness and distinctness partake equally of the line and mczzotinto chgrav ings. FUNK. DISSOLUTION. existing between JB. Charles Evans and Dewitt Clinton Richman is this day dissolved by mutual consent. All per sons indebted to the firm will please make payment to Charles Evans, who is duly authorized to settle the same. CHARLES EVANS, Oct 11,1815 No. 62 Main street, St. Louis. I.sT OF LETTERS remaining in the Post OJfice at Bloomington, Iowa, on the first day of October, 1845. Allen Win Adair Georg,o Adair John S Allen Benjamin Archer Thomas Adams Asa Anderson Henry 2 Benton Wnt B:iggs John Brooks Hiram Barron A Bathcrton Davis Bolton Charles Boo'h Lorenzo Bcnuer Waterman Brady John Baker Robert Berkshire Montgomery Brown William Bliss Ezra Baichus Thos Barger William Beekee Dcrick Bill, Sapp & Co Caylor Henry Clark James Cone Aristirchus Comrnins Edward Cassidy James Darrel Thos 2 Dill Rabccca 2 Davis Isaak Dewit William Don Carlos Arjhelaus Doughty George Elain Abijah Elmack Alexander Kay Plinney Ferguson Janfe* 2L Flagg Wm Fisher Edward A 52 Persons visiting the city for the purpose of buying clothing, are invited to call and examine his stock, where they will not only find the best and most fashionable made garments, but decidedly cheaper than at any other clothing house in the city of St. Louis. M. BROWN, to the third store above his old stand, where he is now opening a large and splen did assortment of superior READY MADE CLOT.'.ING, comprising every article usually kept in a clothing or furnishing store. His goods were all bought for cash, a -.d made up under his own supervision, expressly for this market. Having superior advantage, in buying goods—besides hav ing one of th best and most experienced cutters in the United Stales in charge of his manufacturing establishment in the city of N«vv York—he there fore can confidently assure buyers that his clothing, if equalled, cannot be surpassed in point of style, workmanship, fit, or in cheapness, by any other house west ol" the mountains. I Jamison William Kindle Kennedy William Kygcr John Lucas Mr Littcrcl Jonathan Light Mary LockartJohn Long Samuel Lincoln W 4*8 A Piro Lore Seth Moflatt Michael Moore James 2 illen William Sen Miller And Merriman -McClure E 2 JtfcLane E Martin Geo Merrvman Co Orr John Parmer Mr Phillip? li Pea sly Pu rin ton Jesse A 2 Peterson Richard Reese Joseph Richmond iV Foster Kol-uck David Raybum Catlin Richerson Samuel Richerson Robert Rcick George Richards Thomas Sely N Schneider Josrf Strattain Joseph Strcch Andrew Stradford Jas Tlack William Tally Isaac Taylor & Depenr Temple Wm e o Taylor S Throckmorton Ulam Isaac 2 Vowels Jamas Vnnpelt Wood Thomas Weeks Mary Wheeler Joel Wilson Samuel Weaver John Wilson Joseph Wheeler Warren Reuben Young Mrs Persons calling for any of the please sav they are advertised. above letter! wifi GEORGE E ARLL, P. M. OOKING GLASSES for sale by ?ept BridgmanA Wa». B\RROW'S JUST RECEIVED, CHOICE assortment of LIQUORS, such as (Jogniac and American Brandy, Port, Madeira and claret Wines, Holland and American Gin, Monongahela and Cincinnati WhiA«y* All of the best quality, and for sale cheap, by May 24—tt E. B. KIISSON. e o o -c a Sq W «a* rm Z a a S b2 S.-2 5 .STJ3 Zi 12.5 2 5 o u i "3 o -2 go o -5 2 cs 2 e -f I S. ie e '5 3 "S £2 K Q* N cJ u ""S to .S "r. "o A 11 2 ^3 «, 2 Ni & ".'S fc a' "3 to -3 to 5 v S si «J o v a E 2 2 8 to 5 8 s qj s o "3 rL- W Urn Urn 50 5 --j o 2 a o a Bf g.S T1 -2 .2 'j o -5 O n o C-X' 2 o x: o Attention. HAVING September 13. FULL Spencer Nelson Sharp Joseph Stewart Robert 1 Smith Benjamin Selby Williaaa Snfith David Seel er Austain Ford Charles Fay Edward or Plinney Stradford Jas Francis Joseph Steel William l'Ylton Mr Gibbs Nathan Gams Henry 2 Games Charity Golf E K Groom John Grimes & Starr Grevinson John Goodhart Sarah Henry John Howland llarpper Robert Hutchison Catherine Haskeens Willard Hastings Enoch Hawley Martha W Hoffman Nicholas Hetenger Alexander Hogan Hann&b Isctt Thos Israel William Ingles Joseph Jump James disposed of my entire stock of Goods both at Bloomington and Drury's Landing, to Messrs. Miller tV Hastings, it is important that a speedy settlement be made with all those to whom have made advances therefore, those indebted to me either by note or book account, will please call and settle, as longer indulgence neither can nor will be given. I take pleasure in recommending the above gentlemen to public patronage and hope that it may be bestowed to their mutual advantage. Sept 13 NO R. BENNETT. Give tliem a Call. ESSRS. MILLER & HASTINGS having purchased the entire stock of John Ben nett, on Water street, offer a variety of Goods at prices that none can complain of. See advertise ment on fourth page give them a call and if thev fail to offer you as good bargains as can be obtained elsewhere, just give them a polite bow, and tell them you will go where you can do bet||V. JUST RECEIVED, lOOO bbls. KANAWHA SALT, on commission by Aug. 9, 1845. J. R. BENNETT. WAGON BOXES. i Be BRIDGMAN & WEED. sets Wagon Boxes, for sale by March 22. BLASTING POWDER! LASTING POWDER for sale by the keg,by Sept. 27. Bhitujman & Weed. Clull Fever, Dumb Ague, Inter mittent & Remittent Fevers & all the various forms of Bilious Diseases SPEEDILY & THOROUGHLY ^^odsUaDa^°1 Never Known to Fail! DR. OSGOOD'S INDIA CHOLAGOGUE, Fur Fever and Jlgue, Dumb Jgue, Chill i\ver. Intermittent Fever, and the variousforms of the Bil ious diseases, DESIGNED,especially the Liveu attend diseases of Cholagogue for those affections of and other internal organs, which bilious climates. Those who are suffering from the above diseases as also those who kave become invalids from their affects upon the constitution, will find the an invaluable remedy for purifying the blood, promoting the discharge of bile, and thorough ly lemoving from the system the morbid effects of a bilious climate. Residents of bilious climates Pamphlet gratis A MAP -OF IOWA, for sale by Sept. 20. CAPT. JIM PARMER. •?. FRESH ARRIVAL OF FALL 4JSD WINTER CtOODS. E E N & S O N E Have now in store their entire stock of Fall and Winter Goods, which comprises one of the most extensive assortments ever ^Iferea in Bloomington. Oor stock is full and complete, selected with much care, and will be disposed of chetp for CASH or PRODUCE. 1 he stock consists ot a complete assortment of desirable and seasonable ib'M'J •& & & lb 8? ail sty lee, qualities, and prices, suitable for the season. Also, the largest and most complete assortment ever offered in this place of Ready Made Clothing, consisting of Pilot, Beaver, Flushing and Blanket Coats Cassimere, Sattinet and Hardtimes Pants Silk, Satin, Valentia and Merino Vests Drawers lamb's wool and cotton Shirts, &c. &c. Also, 30 doz. Caps, comprising every style aud price of FUR SEAL, MUSKRAT A IND CLOTH CAPS. 30 Cases of Boots And Shoes. A full assortment ot Books and Stationery. Hardware and Cutlery. Farming Tools, Crockery and Glass Ware. &c. Alto, 30 sacks Rio Coffee, 5 hhds. N. O. Sugar, 15 bbls. Molasses, Sec. Sic., making s full assortment of O E I E S Coniac and American Brandy, Cincinnati and old Monongahela Whiskey, Malaga and Madeira Wines, and other LIQUORS. Iron, Nails, Sieel, Hollow ware, &c. &c. All of which will be sold extremely low for Ready Pay. WANTED POUNDS GINSENG, 1000 do Seneca Snake Root, 500 dollars in County Orders, by May 3. PINE paid in cash, by jO 73 w ^3 r: s sc O =5 O) tj 5 a es Wtr S.& C/J I. S"« SJ 3 a July 12,1S15—3m Emigrants, persomtrovelling through infected districts of coun try, will find the Cholagogue an invariable and ab solute PBEVESTIVK. Each bottle of medicine is accompanied with a or on the "Causes. Treatment, and Cure," with full directions, a copy of which may be had of the undersigned agent in Bloomington. supply of the above invaluable medicine just received and for sal# itarttadersiRned sole agent for this vicinity. August 2. 181r», E. E. FAY. LUMBER—50,000 feet just received on consignment and for sale by June 14,1845. E. B. KINSON* WOOL WOOL 10,000 Jp LBS. Wool wanted, for which PAINTED LAWNS, [U8T received, a variety of different styles Painted Lawns and Muslins. May 3. GREEN & STONE- FILES. HAND10, Saw, 1-2 round, round and flat Files also, 12, 13 and 14 inch Mill Saw Files, for sale by GREEN & STONE. DRIED APPLES!! ~B BUSHELS dried apples just received and for sele by E. B. KINSON. ^HE undersigned respectfully informs the public that he has commenced the Commission and Forwarding business, as indicated in the annexed card, to which, with the highly respectable houses attached as references, he begs to refer and solicits a portion of the business of shippers and owners of produce and merchandise, pledging, at all times, his strict personal attention to the interests of his friend?. NATHANIEL BLACKISTON, NATHANIEL BLACKISTON, COMMISSION AND FORWARDING MER CHANT, Buys and sells all kinds of Produce and Merchan dise, No. 5, Locust street, between Main aod Water streets, St. Louis. kefeuexces J. & E. Walsh,J Edward Tracy, Berthold & Ewing, King & Fisher, William P. Cowfe*, Chouteau iV Valle, N. E. Janney & Co., Woods, Christy & Co., Crow & McCrecry, Matlack 4" Rogers, Wilson 41 Brothers, Gen. Wm. Milburn. SHOVELS AND SPADES. AST steel shovels and spades, irn shovels, manure and hay forks, just ree'd bv May 3. GREEN Sf STONE. IRON AND STEEL. A FULL assortment of "Sligo" Iron, also cast, spring and blister Steel, which will be sold low for cash or produce only, by March 22. 1815. dimes, go BOSTON BRIDGMAN & WEED. J! SERIOUS AFFJlIlt* ^IIE undersigned takes this method of inform ing all persons who have been in the habit o eating, sleeping and drinking on credit, that that game is blocked for the future. If you have nei ther that which I can use in my family, nor the to some other house and fool them as you have me. I would say to all persons knowing themselves to be indebted to me that they will save cost by settling—either by cash or note. Take cau tion by this, and don't fool away your time, for I am in real good earnest. CAPT. JIM PARMER. June 14, 1S45—tf LANK DEEDS, of an apprcved form, for sale at this otlics. Aug. 30. SALT! SALT! ROUND Alum and Kanawha Salt, for sale July 19. by lOOO Ixiiia April 19—5tf 1 NAILS—3's, 4's, 5's, 6's, 8s, 10's, 12's, 16's and 29's, Boston Nails, by March 2» BRIDGMAN & WEED. Bridgmax & Weed. GLASS WARE. LASS Decintcrs, plain and pressed tumLLrs, Salt cellars, Glass cruets, Pint flasks, by the box, at wholesale prices July 19. For sale by LEMON SYRUP. SUPERIOR article for sale by March 29. DIAMOND PLINY FAY. KNOB LOCKS. Spring, Carpenters', and patent ^OMMON spring. Knob Locks, a fina assortment, for sale by May 3. GREEN & STONE. WOOL! W'ANTED—10,000WOOL!! 10, 1845—tf FLOW JtGEJYCV. THE the highest market price wil! be GREEN & STONE. justly celebrated "Galesburg" or Eclipse Plow, manufactured by H. H. May. A?60 May's Prairie Plow, for breaking prairie with two horses, for sale by BRIDGMAN & WEED. Bloomington, July 19, 18 i5. Hardware, Planes, Edge Tools, and Building Materials. OONALDSON COOPER'S TOOLS—Consisting of stave, backing, hollowing, champering and shave-rTp knives broad axes adzes trows crozes howels doweling bitts, &c. &c. Cross cut, mill and pit saws. BUILDING MATERIALS Consisting of locks, latches, butt and Parliament hinges screws axle pullies, nails, &c. Table and pocket cutlery butchers' and shoe knives curry combs long and short handled frying pans tea kettles coflee mills shovels and tongues 'Sanderson's' cast steel flat, round and half round files rifle barrels and gun locks, &c. W e pay particular attention to mechanics' tools, of all descriptions, and, being manufacturers, we can furnish tools on more favorable terms than any other house in the west. N. B.—A liberal discount made to merchants who purchase planes. Our prices are as low as any other manufacturers' in the United States, St. Louis, July 19, 1845.—3m BOOTS AND SHOES. LADIES' kid and morocco walking Shoes, 1-2 gaiter and gaiter Boots, Kid, leather and gambroon Ties, Gentlemen's fine calf, kip and goat Boots, Calf and kip Brogans and Shoes, and a large assortment of children's shoes, just ree'd by May 3. GREEN STONE. TAKE NOTICE. ALL those indebted to the late firm of A. April 19—5tf 20 ApriI5. B«iigman & Wr%r, WANTED IMMEDIATELY. BUSHELS of Wheat, 1000 lbs. Hams and Bacon, 1000 lbs. Butter, 500 bushels Potatoes, Also Egas, all kinds of vagetablea. hMl^ hides, tallow and lard, for which the highest price will be paid in cash or goods. Any person having any of the above articles wtil eaJl at the red flag and never miss a bargain froaa J. Y. BLACKWELL. E.E. FAY. PLOW MOULDS. and Shovel Plow Mould at March 11. BRIDGMAN & WhElVf. OGIL- VIE Co., by book account, note, or other wise, are requested to call at the old stand and settle the same by the 15th day of June next. All debts unpaid at that time will be left with on officer for collcction. Bloomington, May 10,1845—3m WOOL TWINE. ElALE Wool Twine, suitable for binuingthe fleece, for sale by GREEN & STONE. SHEEP SHEARS. JUST received, a full assortment of sheep shears, common and patent spring, for sale by May 3. GREEN STONE. WANTED IMMEDIATEDY. AT cattle, fat calves and mutton, by J. tvill Y. BLACKWELL. CINCINNATI WHISKEY. BBLS. Cincinnati old Rectified Whiskey, just receivedpei 'steamer Mermaid, and for sale by E. B.KINSON. JUST RECEIVED, KEGS Piltttburg extra White lead, 1 pack gold leaf, King's best, 10 lbs. Paris green, Paint, varnish and sash brushes, by May 24. E. E. FAY. 20 GRJtJYI) VE TOUR STEEL t*LOU*S, THE Rock River" Steel Plows, manufactured at Grand de Tour, and warranted 'to scour any soil, for sale by BRIDGMAN & WEED. Bloomington, July 19,1845. bbls. GREEN APHLES, on hand and fo Z/t sale by J. R. BENNETT. Aug. 9,1845. H\TS HORSE in and CLOTH GAPS, for sale by March 22. BRIDGMAN & WDED. COLL A RS. Bridles and race chiins for sale by 2 jPSUKJMAK WSBIfe March 22 W TO FAMILIES & INVALIDS. The following indispensable family rente* dies may be found at the village drug stores, and soon at every country store in the state. Remember and never get them unless they have the lac-simile signature of n ll»e (•F remedy ever lbs. WOOL, for which the highest market price will bo paid by BRIDGMAN & \VE£tt# May «Sf HALL, Manufacturer? of Planes, and Importers and Dealers in Foreign nnd Domestic Edge Tools, are now re ceiving their fall stock of goods, embracing, in part, Spear'« saws, of all descriptions braces and bitts socket and firmer chisels turning chisels and gou ges concave and common augers auget bills and hollow augers screw drivers spoke shaves gimb lets brace awls trjing and fiamiug squares meas uring lines mortice and common gouges bevels levels plumbs and levels falling, hand broad and ship axes shingling hatchets and ship malls. and tores, and the wrappers, as *11 «hstd by the same names are base impositions and counter feits. If the merchant nearest you has them not, urge him to procure them at 71 Maiclen-lane, the next time he visits New York, or to write for them iYtf family iheuld be a vcrk irithout them BALDNESS BALM OF COLUMBIA,FOR ALL VERMIN that infest the heads of chikksa in schools, are prevented or killed by it at ones.—-i Find the name of it, or never try it. only SalvO.MThe most extraordinary ented for all new or old BURNS 8c -SCALDS and no failure. It will cure the HEADACHE DR.«POHINTS HEADACHE REMEDY will effectually eure siek headache, either from th« or bilious. Hundreds of families an using it with great joy. j. NERVES DR. SPOHN'S ELIXIR OF HEALTH for the certain prevention of or any general sickness keeping the stomach in most per feet order, the bowels regular, and a determination to the surface. O S I O U S DROPSY sains in the bones, hoarseness, and are quickly cured by it. Know this by trying. CORN 8.— The French Plaster is a sure a THE HAIR. which will stop it if tailing out, or restore it on bald places and on children make it grow rapidly, or on those who have lost the hair from any cause. on Remember this alteayt. RHEUMATISM, and positively cured, and all ahrivelled muscles and limb* arc restored, in the old or young, by the true Foundered Hays' Liniment,from *4 &>-BaMBHKlda tnd every thing relieved by it that admits of an-Out* vard application. It arts like a charm. Use lt» HORSES that have Ring-Bone, Spavin, Wind-Galls, &c., are cured by Roofs' Specific ,4 India* Vegetable Ei.ixir and Nerve and Bone Liniment— but never without the name of Comstock & Co. on it. are wholly prevented, or governed if the attack has come on, if yen use the and hones entirely cured by Roofipf Founder Ointment. Mark this, all horsemen. Magical Pain li has delighted ihousands. It will take out all pah in ten minutes, PllTES. LIN'S SPREAD PLASTERS. A better and more nice and useful article never was made. All should wear them regularly. LIX'S TEMPERANCE BITTERS: on the principle of substituting the tonic stimulant LIN'S BLOOD Lin's in place of principle, which has reformed so many drunkards. To be used with PILLS, superior to all others for cleansing the system and the humors affect ing the blood, and for all irregularities of the bowels, and the general health./ft *k% [See Dr. sig- J- 9 nature, thus rf ei hair any shade you wish, but will not color the skin. SARSAPARILLAT POUND EXTRACT-. COMSTOCK'S COM. There is no other prepara- tion of Sarsaparilla that can exceed or equal this. If you are sure to get Comstock's, you will find it superior to all others. It does not require puffing. ®r. itortliolcmm's prevent or cure :ill incipient consumption. mmm taken in time, 3nd is a de'.ightful remedy, oer the name, and kelTlbin- get Comstock's. KOLMSTOCK'S VERMIFUGE eradicate all C25EEEH in children or adults frith a certainty quite astonishing. It sells with rapidity almost incredible, by TOOTH DROPS. Comstock cj- Co., New Ydfc» KLINE'S—cure had wholesale and retnil only ol us« effectually. Entered according to act of Coneres*, in tiie jr«»r 1842, lr Comit»ck C^. in the Clerk's otiice of Uie Southern District of Sew York By applying to our agents in each town and village, papera may be had free, showing the most respectable names in the country for these facts, s» that no one can fail to believe them. Qtj.Bc sure you call for ournrticlos, and not be put off with any stories, that others are n* good. HAVE THESE Oil NON K, should be your Iii0tt0«anti these never can bt true and genuine without our names to them. AU these articles to be WWcMl* Dnw*"' •21 Courtlandt-st,NTew York, and of our agents. 'fke above valuable medictnea for sale bV E, E. FAY, Second St. Bleomingtfi* N. B. Comstock'*- Family Mfdical Air* manac, without charge. November, 1845.